The most refined Kimchi-Miso Butter for Grilled Shrimp. In just 30 minutes, you can prepare this Grilled Shrimp with Kimchi-Miso Butter at home.
One of my favorite foods is miso butter. Grilled flank steak with miso butter is one of my go-to miso butter dishes.
Recently, Kimchi has been discovered to be an excellent addition to miso butter, making it even more delicious. The kimchi-miso butter I used to cook these grilled shrimp was just delicious.
Summer is the best season to cook shrimp on the grill. Grilled shrimp with kimchi-miso butter has supplanted my previous favorites, including tamarind and pineapple shrimp skewers and lemongrass and Sriracha grilled shrimp.
Last week was my first time making it, and since then, I’ve made it three times in a row. Served with garlic noodles or sesame noodles, they’re delicious. I ate an entire pound of shrimp by myself.
Food and Wine’s recipe for grilled shrimp with kimchi-miso butter calls for cooking the shrimp first and then broiling them in the oven.
In the absence of a grill, roasting the shrimp until they are done and then broiling them will suffice.
Although the flavor hasn’t changed, it’s now easier to prepare.
You can use tiger prawns instead of regular shrimp if you can’t find jumbo shrimp. I used tiger prawns in the recipe. If you like, you can use whatever large shrimp you choose. It’s a simple recipe that packs a lot of flavors.
This weekend, give them a go!
What is the average number of calories in one serving?
- Each serving of this recipe contains only 294 calories.
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- oil for brushing
- 12 plump scallions
- 12 jumbo shrimps or tiger prawn in shell, deveined
- 1 pinch salt
- 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
- 1/4 cup kimchi, pressed dry and finely chopped
- 1/4 teaspoon sesame oil
- 1 1/2 tablespoons white miso paste
- Mix the sauce ingredients in a microwave-safe bowl and heat for 10 seconds.
- Set the shrimp aside with the sauce drizzled over them.
- Brush some oil on the grill before starting the cooking process. Apply some oil and grill the scallions for a few minutes on each side until they are soft and browned in spots. Place on a serving dish.
- Grill the shrimp with the shells facing up. Cook to a soft-but-adequate-doneness on the grill.
- Add the remaining sauce to the shrimp and broil for a minute in the oven. Serve right away.